Welcome to our Service Sector

Here you will find emergency contacts and general information about health. As a special service, we provide a BMI (body mass index) calculator, which will give you instant feedback on the relationship between body weight and body size. The link patient information gives you important information on the subject of health.

Emergency contacts Austria

European Emergency Contact   112
Ambulance   144
Police   133
Fire Department   122
Medical Emergency Call   141
Crisis Line   142
Emergency hotline for women   01 / 71 71 9
Poison information center   01 / 406 43 43


We are continuously looking to expand our services for you. We are also happy to hear from you with any feedback or suggestions.

Pharmacy Locator

A pharmacy will always be close by. Be it at night, on weekends or during holidays

The following link will take you to the site of the Austrian Chamber of Pharmacists where you will be able to locate the pharmacy closest to you.

Pharmacy Locator

Download the free Apo-App offered by the Austrian Chamber of Pharmacists to your smartphone.

You will find detailed information about downloading the App at the Apple iTunes Store (for iOS), at Google play (for Android) or at the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Android app on Google Play



BMI Calculator

The Body Mass Index (BMI) shows the relationship between weight and height of a human body. It should be seen as a guide to assess how much an individual’s body weight departs from what is normal or desirable for a person of his or her height.

When a person’s body stores too much fat and the body weight is above the normal weight range, the person is considered to be overweight. This is not only a cosmetic problem, but can also lead to severe health issues, like cardiovascular diseases or type 2 diabetes mellitus.

The following benchmarks can be used as guidelines:

The normal value of a BMI of adults lies somewhere between 19 and 24 kg/m2. A BMI of 25 kg/m2 or above is considered to be overweight, a BMI below 19 kg/m2 is considered to be underweight. A body mass index of 31 kg/m2 or above is considered as obesity and has to be treated.

For the BMI test please provide your weight (rounded in kg) and height (in cm without commas and periods). Amputations are being considered. This calculator also indicates your individual basal metabolic rate and your normal weight.

Kindly note: The calculator is only suitable for people over the age of 19. For children and adolescents different conditions apply. We do not take responsibility for the accuracy of the calculation.

Calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index)




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